The Plateau State Governor, Caleb Mutfwang, will on Friday swear in his newly appointed commissioners.
Recall that, the governor had sent the first batch of 16 commissioner-nominees to the state House of Assembly for screening last week.
He later sent three additional nominees to the House bringing the total number to 19 commissioner-nominees.
The News Agency of Nigeria reported that all the commissioner-nominees were confirmed by the state lawmakers following their screening exercise during plenary presided over by the Speaker, Moses Sule.
Those who made the first list include: Mr. Peter L Gwom, Barkin Ladi; Hon. Sule Musa Haruna, Bassa; Adams Bulus Leshak, Bokkos; Musa Ibrahim Ashoms, Jos East; Peter Nyam Gai, Jos North; Mr. Jatau Davou Gyang, Jos South; Mr. Bugama Samson Ishaku, Kanke; Hon, Ephraim Usman, Kanam; Hon. Joshua Lever Ubandoma, Langtang North; Asso, Prof. Obert Gossele Nanjul, Langtang South; Mrs. Caroline Pangiang, Mikang; Mrs. Dongkum Grace Shwarta, Pankshin; Mr. Chrysanthus Dawam, Quaanpan; Dr. (Mrs) Kachollom Pyam Gang, Riyom; Hon. Noel Naanniap Nkup, Shendam; Mr. Nyalun M. Salibu, Ibrahim Wase.
The names on the second list were Bashir Lawandi Datti, Jos North; Dr. Cletus Shurkuk, Pankshin and Mrs. Jamila Tukur – Qua’an Pan
In a statement on Thursday by the governor’s Director of Press and Public Affairs, Gyang Bere, the swearing-in and oath-taking event will hold at the Langfield Leisure Park and Garden, Rayfield on Friday, August 4.
The statement read in part, “In his determination to revitalise government operations for improved service delivery, the Executive Governor of Plateau State, His Excellency, Caleb Manasseh Mutfwang, will perform the swearing-in/oath-taking ceremony of new commissioners in the state.
“The significant event is scheduled to hold on Friday, August 4, 2023, at the Langfield Leisure Park and Garden, Rayfield by 11:00 am prompt
“Therefore, all esteemed guests are kindly requested to be seated by 10:30 am. The time is now to build a united and prosperous Plateau.”